Apple has unveiled iOS 9 at its biggest annual event WWDC 2015. Though the upcoming version of iOS doesn't boast of too many ground breaking features, it is far more secure, functional and most significantly stable than any other iOS released before.
Apple has already released the beta version of iOS 9 to developers. However, the public beta of the iOS is set to arrive in July. As an iPhone or iPad user, you would like to try out the next OS in advance.
If you are already a member of OS X beta program, you just need to sign in to enrol your iOS device for the beta update. If you are not, you need to sign up for the public beta. The Cupertino-based company has made sure; you are able to easily get the whole process done. Here is how it works out!
How to Sign Up for the iOS 9 Public Beta
Step #1. First off, go to Apple Beta Program site and sign up for the program. (If you are already a member of OS X Beta program, you just need to sign in.)
That's it! Now, you would have to wait until the public beta has been released. Apple will notify you through an email when the public beta is available.
How to Download and Install iOS 9 Public Beta on iPhone or iPad
Note: Make sure to back up your iPhone at first before going ahead with the process. (Connect your device to computer → launch iTunes → select your device from the left menu and back it up.)
Step #1. Visit the Apple Beta Program site and Sign in using your Apple ID and password.
Step #2. After that, you will be instructed to download the Beta profile on your device.
Step #3. Once you have successfully downloaded the beta profile, launch Settings app → tap on General → tap on Software Update and check out if there is any update available. Download and Install the public beta.
That's all! Once the software is updated, test out how it works. As it’s still a work in progress, it may not be at its best. Nevertheless, it would get better with every update.
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